Hi, everytime I search for comparisons between fingerboard woods (at least the main ones), there are lenghty speeches about the density of the woods, the tone they produce,... but am I the only one that feels like rosewood is awful to play on ? I used to own an EC1000 guitar, which was a great guitar except for a few things, one of which being that it had a rosewood fingerboard. After acquiring a guitar with a maple fingerboard (Schecter JL FR7), I realized how much of a difference there was in feel between both woods, it was like night and day. And yes, I know that I might not have cared for that rosewood as well as I should have, being a newbie at that time, but it was still cleaned and oiled regularly. I first thought it was because my frets were getting worn down from old age (which was true) and that the problem didn't come from the rosewood itself, seeing as great guitars come equipped with it and everyone seems to appreciate it, or that I just didn't have good rosewood on mine. However, I recently had the opportunity to test a Musicman Luke at a store that came with a rosewood board, and damn, it felt DREADFUL, even worse than I remembered, and yes, I know that store guitars are not as good because sweat, old strings and subpar maintenance, but still, that guitar felt like a cheap 400dollars guitar to me while being relatively new and setup properly (and I'm also used to dead strings because I'm lazy as fuck), mostly because of that rosewood board while doing bends. So, how do you guys feel about it ? And if you prefer rosewood, what do you think its advantages are ?